Manufacturers of transmitters, antennas, transmission line, filters and other RF components are already busy with repack orders but say the additional funding included in the government’s recent spending bill should greatly ease the process, particularly for mid-to-small-market stations that have been slow to invest due to fears about compensation. Above, a Dielectric APT panel antenna. Click here to access TVNewsCheck’s NAB 2018 Resource Guide listing transmitters, antennas and other RF gear or here to download it as a PDF.
GatesAir | Booth N3703 | http://www.gatesair.com/ With the industry’s most modern transmission product line and market-leading share of repack projects, GatesAir is helping broadcast engineers remotely manage and secure mission-critical RF and IP systems to support next-generation media delivery networks. GatesAir will emphasize the future of control and monitoring in a wireless transmission system, and demonstrate a unique, new intelligent networking solution to […]
GatesAir, a global provider of over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters says it, “will make significant strides in interoperable audio networking with the introduction of the Intraplex IP Link 200A, the company’s first AES67-compliant Audio over IP codec.” To be unveiled at the 2018 NAB Show (April 9-12, Las Vegas Convention Center), the IP […]
The experienced finance executive will also oversee human resources and information technology, while introducing new strategies to improve company profitability and increase shareholder value.
GatesAir, a global provider of wireless, over-the-air content delivery solutions for radio and TV broadcasters, says it has successfully implemented the latest iterations of the ISO 9001 standard for Quality Management Systems (QMS), as well as the ISO 14001 standard for Environmental Management Systems (EMS). In addition to these highly respected standards, set in 2015 by the […]
A new deal includes site audits, turnkey solutions and installation services for broadband transmitters at to 13 stations affected by the TV spectrum repack.
GatesAir today appointed Alberto J. Salazar as director of sales for the Central and Latin American (CALA) region. A broadcast industry veteran who has held key sales roles with Harmonic and Thomson Video Networks, Salazar will drive regional strategies and initiatives across a broad territory from Mexico to Argentina, and throughout the Caribbean islands. He reports directly to Joseph (Joe) Mack, […]
GatesAir will provide the station group with Maxiva transmitters and installation services covering 65 TV stations in 44 markets.
In July, Bruce Swail took the reins as CEO of GatesAir as the company’s longtime chief executive, Phil Argyris, announced his retirement. Swail comes to the company having served as CEO of two private equity-owned tech companies. While Swail acknowledges company owner The Gores Group could divest the transmitter maker at any time, his focus is on growth and optimizing profitability, he says.